Play On! Festival: Henry VI, Part 1
Translated by Douglas Langworthy
Oregon Shakespeare Festival in partnership with
Classic Stage Company, May 30th, 2019
So excited to direct a reading of playwright Doug Langworthy’s translation of Shakespeare’s Henry VI, Pt. 1 for Oregon Shakespeare Festival’s ambitious Play On! Festival. The reading is presented in partnership with Classic Stage Company, on Friday, May 31st. Thank you to the ever-brilliant Lue Douthit, whose brainchild this extraordinary undertaking is! For full detalls about all 39 readings taking place from May 29 trough June 30, visit playonfestival.org
During last year’s Pacific Playwright’s Festival at South Coast Rep, I had the joy of working with Kevin Artigue on his brilliant, haunting and important new play, SHEEPDOG. We’ve spent the past year workshopping the play and I’m so excited to begin rehearsals for its premiere as part of this year’s PPF! Find out more about the play and production on SCR’s website!
Thank you to Playwrights Horizons for the opportunity to have this conversation about collaborating with such a wonderful creative team to “Bring Pretty and Ugly to the Stage”! You can watch a short video interview below, and read the full article about our collaboration on Playwrights Horizons’ website.
More exciting news! Please pick up this amazing book by Paulette Marty which presents the wisdom and knowledge of 27 key female professional theater directors…
What a joy to be interviewed by M. Graham Smith for the Stage Directors and Choreographers Foundation’s excellent podcast series…